‘Clinicians’ use of and attitudes towards technology to provide and support interventions in child and adolescent mental health services’

Matt Kempen
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‘Clinicians’ use of and attitudes towards technology to provide and support interventions in child and adolescent mental health services’. Video abstract from Bethany Cliffe from her paper in the Child and Adolescent Mental Health journal.

Other authors; Abigail Croker, Megan Denne, Paul Stallard

First published: 11 December 2019 doi.org/10.1111/camh.12362

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Background

Technology can increase child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS) capacity by supporting and delivering interventions, yet it has not been widely adopted by CAMHS child mental health professionals. Uptake can either be facilitated or obstructed by child mental health professionals’ attitudes, which remain largely unknown.

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Child mental health professionals need more technology training

Bethany Cliffe
Bethany Cliffe

First-year PhD student at the University of Bath, researching a smartphone app for self-harm in university students.

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